About us

The Expanded Territories (ET) Research Group was set up in 2012 as an umbrella for a group of researchers, scholars and designers working on architecture in an expanded field. ET is intellectually ambitious, innovative, and forward-looking; it evokes a cultural project rather than merely a research field.

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  • Kamvasinou, K and Milne, S ‘Surveying the Creative Use of Vacant Space in London, c1945–1995.’ In Campbell, C J, Giovine, A and Keating, J (eds) Empty Spaces: Confronting emptiness in national, cultural and urban history. London: University of London, Institute of Historical Research.
  • Stringer, B (ed) Rurality Re-imagined. ORO Editions/Applied Research & Design.
  • Stringer, B ‘Never Mind the Countryside.’ In Stringer, B (ed) Rurality Re-imagined, 4–13. ORO Editions/Applied Research & Design.

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Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS

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Contact us

Contact Lindsay Bremner, Group Leader:

T: +44 (20) 7911 5000 ext 66848 
E: [email protected]